February 26, 2019

22 Amazing Found Photos Document Everyday Life of An American Family in the 1910s

These amazing photos from mfophotos were taken by a photographer with the last name of Hewitt. He lived on 7942 Westmoreland Avenue, Swissvale, PA.

Agnes, Margery, John, and Charles Hewitt, Edgewood, PA, May 25, 1913

Margery Hewitt and Mae Newbaker, Maple Springs, NY, summer 1913

Construction of Carnegie Institute of Technology, Pittsburgh, PA, 1912-1913

Machinery Hall, Carnegie Institute of Technology, Pittsburgh, PA, 1913

Golf links, Schenley park, Pittsburgh, PA, June 6, 1913

Rebecca Avenue crossing before Penn. RR tracks were raised, March 22, 1913

Stone bridge at entrance to Schenley Park, Pittsburgh, PA, 1913

Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, Forbes Street side, 1914

John and Charles Hewitt, taken on Aug. 30, 1914, in PA. One is holding a box Brownie and the boy on the right has a case for a Kodak No. 1

John Hewitt and Tom Patterson, Swissvale, PA, September 1914

Posing, 1914

Young lady and her mother with a Kodak box camera, 1914

John and Charles pushing Louise in baby carraige, Lloyd Street, Swissvale, PA, June 27, 1915

Katharine Selheimer, 7942 Westmoreland Ave., Swissvale, PA, Dec. 19, 1915

Louisa and Louise C. Hewitt. 7942 Westmoreland Ave., Swissvale, PA, Oct. 3, 1915

Louise C. Hewitt and Eileen McMahon, 7942 Westmoreland Ave., Swissvale, PA, June 13, 1915

Margery Hewitt and Ruth Thompson, 7942 Westmoreland Ave., Swissvale, PA, Oct. 3, 1915

View of Ardmore, Pa., from hill back of Swissvale, PA, spring 1915

Charles and Louise C. Hewitt, 7942 Westmoreland Ave, Swissvale, PA, May 13, 1917

Charles and Louise C. Hewitt, 7942 Westmoreland Ave., Swissvale, PA, May 13, 1917

John, Charles, and Louise Hewitt, 7942 Westmoreland Avenue, Swissvale, PA, May 30, 1917

Louise C. Hewitt, Ruth Thompson, Gertrude Snyder, Jimmy Snyder, Swissvale, PA, June 10, 1917





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